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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kite

A kite is traditionally a tethered heavier-than-air craft with wing surfaces that react against the ... The kite has been claimed as the invention of the 5th-century BC Chinese philosophers Mozi (also Mo Di) and Lu Ban (also Gongshu Ban). ... Stories of kites were first brought to Europe by Marco Polo towards the end of the 13th ...

wonderopolis.org/wonder/who-invented-the-kite

Traditionally, historians give credit for the invention of the kite to the Chinese. ... Chinese philosopher Mo-tse was arguably the first person ever to build a kite.

kites.com/history-of-kites

Though the exact origin is debated, it's believed the home of the first kite was Shandong, the ... As with any new invention, kites were used for good and bad.

www.sacu.org/kitehistory.html

However, whatever it was that inspired the kite, it is believed that the very first kite was made by Mo Di (468-376 BC), a famous philosopher who lived on Mount ...

www.johndobson.info/John's%20Kite%20Site/George/pdfs/Chapter%201.fm.pdf

invented. The original title for the talk was ““What was the Name of the Man who. Invented the First Kite?”” because I was confident that the inventor was male but.

www.my-best-kite.com/who-invented-the-kite.html

4 days ago ... From these 2 regions, kites spread first to the rest of Asia, then ... of whom might have felt that they were the one who invented the kite in China.

www.chinahighlights.com/travelguide/culture/kites.htm

The first kites were what we today would call prototype kites: they were made of light wood and cloth. They were designed to mimic a bird's natural flight. The first  ...

www.reference.com/history/invented-kite-ece0f7bf572da781

The kite is an ancient device that is believed to have been invented in China by ... the kite's invention, China used wind sails, and it is thought that the first kites ...

www.gombergkites.com/nkm/hist1.html

In the history of flight, the first lighter-than-air balloon (1783) and the first powered ... graphite have made kites stronger, lighter, more colorful, and more durable.